Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Influx event in London, This Thursday

I've been asked to do a Q&A about bikes and Dirt Quake and the like at an event organised and promoted by Influx. There are a few tickets left if anyone wants to come. Free food and beer (while it lasts). It's in the same Shoreditch location as Sam Christmas held his Natural Habitats show (but this will be less busy due to tickets having to be ordered).
Get free tickets from here - Here's some blurb...

This April Adrian Flux publishes Influx_08, a very special print edition of the innovative multi-platformed magazine on car and bike culture. 
The launch coincides with Adrian Flux's 40th anniversary, and to celebrate Influx is curating an exhibition at a launch event in London's Shoreditch. The event includes guest speakers, film shows and live music. 
 Reflecting the core values of its founder, Influx magazine has approached the coverage of cars and bikes as things that move the soul as well as the body. The exhibition focuses on this spirit-enhancing aspect of car and bike culture. 
 From full-colour digital treatments to painstakingly hand-wrought takes on the mechanics of speed, Influx_08 includes 15 specially commissioned, stunningly original pieces of work. Artist Oscar Wilson, for example, pays spectacular homage to the Maserati marque, Millie Marotta evokes the V12 engine as a beautiful endangered species, and Kate Copeland renders the symmetrical beauty of a Moto Guzzi cafe racer as you've never seen it before.

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